Morrisons launches dairy-free and gluten-free pizza

Supermarket chain Morrisons has added a delicious new cheesy gluten-free and dairy-free pizza to its vegan V Taste range. 

morrisons gluten-free and dairy-free pizza

In 2018, UK supermarket Morrisons announced the launch of a brand new range of vegan ready-meals and desserts. Keen to give their gluten-free customers some delicious new options, the supermarket chain has just added a gluten-free and dairy-free pizza to it’s V Taste range.

The tasty pizza, priced at £3, features a crisp stone-baked base made from gluten-free oat fibre, topped with tomato, basil and dairy-free cheese made from coconut oil.

However, according to gluten-free blogger Becky Excell the pizza is not suitable for those following a low FODMAP diet thanks to the garlic listed in the ingredients.


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Just found a new gluten free AND vegan margherita pizza in @morrisons 🥳🥳🍕 Tag someone who needs to know about this!! Hopefully this will satisfy all us folks who were slightly disappointed that the M&S pizza I posted recently wasn’t dairy free 😓🍕 It was £3 btw! Who wants to see the ingredients? Let me know and I’ll post it on my story if anyone cares! Also, this contains gluten free oat fibre… would that put you off? . Hello second paragraph FODMAP people 👋🏻 I’ve got bad news and bad news, which do you want first? The bad news? Ok, well this contains garlic. The other bad news? It has garlic in it again. Yes, actually listed twice in the ingredients 😂 You can only laugh, can’t you? Otherwise I’d be in a hangry rage most of my life!! Mark seems to be tolerating garlic ‘ok’ at the mo, so I’ll see if he fancies this!!

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With demand for vegan food from customers showing no signs of slowing down, Morrisons launched its V Taste vegan range to cater to the growing demand for plant-based food.

Speaking at the time of launching, vegan buyer for Morrisons, Alex Dodd-Jones, said in a statement: “More and more people are eating vegan and we are listening and responding to customers who tell us that they want more vegan options. We are also making vegan food easier to find.”

The news follows hot on the heels of Marks & Spencer releasing a selection of gluten-free pizza and garlic bread into its Made Without range.